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|RAF Lavenham (also known as Cockfield) is a former World War II airfield in England. The field is located 7 miles N of Sudbury in Suffolk. |
Lavenham airfield was built during 1943. The technical site and administrative buildings were on the southern side of the airfield as were most of the dispersed temporary buildings which gave accommodation for 2,900 personnel. Concrete for th...
|THERE ARE DOZENS of aerial photo calibration targets across the USA, curious land-based two-dimensional optical artifacts used for the development of aerial photography and aircraft. They were made mostly in the 1950s and 1960s, though some apparently later than that, and many are still in use, though their history is obscure.|
This file contains Targets aligned along 20 miles close to Ed...
|Aerial photo of the Umschlagplatz. Warsaw's "Danziger Bahnhof" (Danziger Station) was located approximately 1 km north of it. Both the Warsaw ghetto and the city itself was provided with goods by this trading centre, which remained operational even during the deportations. ||08/17/2008||1,729|
|Aerial photo of the "Marpi" area, at the north end of Saipan island near the end of World War II. Note the extensive building of roads, military housing, and other buildings during the U.S. occupation of Saipan after the battle. Fighter airstrip is shown in the photo.||03/21/2007||727|
|RAF Hethel is a former World War II airfield used by the US during the Second World War (and briefly as an RAF station) in Norfolk, England situated located 7 miles south west of Norwich. |
Hethel airfield was constructd in 1942 for American use and was assigned USAAF designation Station 114.
From 14 September 1943 though to 12 June 1945, Hethel served as headquarters for t...
|This photo shows the place where now the Millenium Dome stands. |
'Image from Cities Revealed® aerial photography, © The GeoInformation Group, 2001'
|RAF Hornchurch is most famous as a battle of Britain airfield. It was known as Sutton's Farm during the First World War and was operational on 3 October 1915.|
During World War II the station was a Sector Airfield of RAF Fighter Command's 11 Group, covering London and the south east of England during the Battle of Britain in 1940. By this time, its command centre was in Romford, and a sat...
|An undated Navy aerial photo showing Chambers Field at the top left, the new East Field at the bottom center, and the seaplane base at the top right.||05/04/2007||762|
|Aerial reconnaissance photo of Nagasaki, Japan, taken on Aug. 5, 1945. Military and industrial target areas are outlined and numbered (legend at lower left corner of photo)||10/09/2007||902|
|The following ships can be identify on the photo: |
Two Amagi-Katsuragi class carrier, one Ise class battleship and one Aoba class heavy cruiser.
|Aerial photo of a U.S. Army Air Forces attack on Kiska island, Alaska (USA), circa 1943.|
Original caption: "A train of bombs drops from United States Army Air forces plane on territory in the Aleutians held by the Japanese. Our fighting forces harass the enemy at this important outpost daily."
|Aerial photo by member of 3 Squadron at about 10.40 a.m. April 21, 1918.|
This photo was taken by either Lieuts. Simpson and Banks or Garrett and Barrow just prior to being attacked by von Richthofen and Weiss.